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Prins Thomas
Prins Thomas
Full Pupp

Album CD
FPCD004
Out: 05-04-2010
 
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What we say

Holed up in his Oslo studio, “with HP next door and Terje across the hall,” this album showcases Thomas's myriad musical gifts over seven sprawling, ever-evolving, head-nodding, navel-gazing, body
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Holed up in his Oslo studio, “with HP next door and Terje across the hall,” this album showcases Thomas's myriad musical gifts over seven sprawling, ever-evolving, head-nodding, navel-gazing, body-moving, mind-mushing tracks perfectly assembled for an hour-long trip, almost all of it played by the man himself. But much like Ringo sang, Thomas gets by with a little help from his friends: Lindstrøm lends keyboards to “Wendy Not Walter” and in conjunction with Terje (on trumpet!) a funky bit of clavinet on “Sauerkraut.” From the shimmering Neu!-like guitar lines of opener “Ørkenvandring,” we know we're in for a kosmiche treat. Handclaps and a battery of percussion propel “Uggebugg” right into the groovy synth-slithers of “Slangemusikk,” which fittingly translates as “snake music.” More double-digit delights lie just beyond the opening tracks (including a shout-out to the mighty Wendy Carlos), but why ruin the funky and sumptuous space party that awaits your head with so many of these words? Okay, so just a few more: was Thomas nervous to finally finish his album and put it out there? “I had a brief nerve-wrecking moment as I did the final mix, but I've always ended up going with my gut feeling. The scary thing now is how inspiring it is to finally put out a bunch of my own stuff. Now I've got tons of new stuff in the pipeline plus a couple of more dance singles lined up, too!” So, in the words of the Winners, get ready for the future.
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DJ Comments (16)

Groove / Prinz / Piranha / Carhartt - Michel Leuffen

Music that overwhelms us with wonder, let us move, let us feel love, infinity, and the the deepness of sound that comes straigth from the heart. A dance of atoms that has nothing in common with your average dancefloor entertainment. Music to dream to. Music to hug trees. Music for long, trippy, and eternal parties, where all people smile while getting lost in sound.

Radio - Triangle Fm // Laurent N.

Really good stuff of Prins Thomas as always !!!
Quality on each tracks.
SUPPORT !!!

Radio Fritz Nightflight / Andre Langenfeld

super!

Radio - Altroverso (DJ Misk)

airplay in altroverso

Radio - pulseradio.net // Australia

Awesome work!

Radio - Erik De Graaf (xt3.nl)

Sauerkraut is my favorite!

Magazine - Tsugi Mag

like it a lot

Radio - Docepulgadas (Spain)

As always very special sound of this master of epic & lounge sound. Supported by DocePulgadas RadioShow

Radio - Diversions, CHRY.FM Toronto

really like WENDY NOT WALTER!

Sean Holland - Lowlife PR

thanks...Low Life from NYC

I:Cube

super floating music, with an organic/acoustic feel for a change

My favouritre is Wendy not Walter , could last for ages!

Radio - 1Live - Klaus Fiehe

Will definitely play different tunes!

Mixmag UK - Ed Karney

Amazing album that I've already had sent to me as a physical CD hence no download

Magazine - eq-mag.co.uk / Telford

Fantastic. Love the drums, bass & general atmosphere on just about all of these tracks. I wish more producers took risks like this nowadays. Five stars.

Magazine - DJ Broadcast

What can i say? He does it again! Love these vibes as always.

Todd Burns

...all of the record's meandering wouldn't come into focus without the two tracks which bring it to a close—the crisp star-gazer funk of "Nattønsket" and the morning-glory glide of closer "Attiatte." Fittingly, both assimilate Thomas' talent for the slow ascent, so evident in his remixes, with the hirsute, foggy headed jams displayed on the best of his own productions. A best of both worlds of sorts: delightful and still kind of delirious...  Words/ Derek Miller
 
 
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